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Proceed as Per 'Lalita Kumari' Judgment and Register FIR Against Defaulting Persons: MP HC to State Authorities [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 16 Oct 2020 10:20pm

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The Gwalior bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Tuesday (October 13, 2020) directed District Magistrates of Gwalior and Datia to register FIR against Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar, MPPCC chief Kamal Nath, minister Pradyuman Singh Tomar, BJP candidate Munnalal Goel, and others for violating Covid safety norms. The court stated that leaders violated Covid protocol despite its interim order of October 3 wherein it was clearly instructed to follow corona safety norms at public meetings for by-elections.

High Court has also instructed Superintendent of Police of Gwalior and Datia for compliance report with regard to the above direction before the next date of hearing fixed on October 19, 2020. FIRs have to be registered on October 14 and its compliance reports have to be filed by October 18, 2020.

Petitioner and Advocate Ashish Pratap Singh along with others had filed a report pointing out at corona norm violation by politicians who gathered a larger number of people at election rallies where the number of people present exceeded the limit prescribed by Covid-19 protocol.

The petitioner pointed out that after the court passed an interim order on October 3, 2020, about 500 people gathered on the same day at Baghel Chhatrawas Naka Chandrawani Road, Lashkar in Gwalior. Another rally was organized by ex-MLA Munnalal Goel on October 4 in Gwalior legislative assembly constituency on behalf of Pradyumna Singh Tomar.

A similar gathering was organized on October 4 in ward number 19 on behalf of Congress candidate Satish Singh Sikarwar. On October 5, another rally… Continue Reading...


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